Maintenance

From fleet risk transfer programs to individual events we provide you flexible solutions to meet your needs.

Overview

  • Most experience customizing offers to match airlines’ unique financial and business models: from fleet risk transfer programs to individual events
  • Global on-wing, off-wing engine overhaul and repair capabilities to lower cost and increase maintenance access and asset availability

RATE-PER-FLIGHT-HOUR PROGRAMS

Rate-per Flight-Hour (RPFH) programs are available to provide long-term support with cost per shop visit and time-on-wing risk transfer. Under the terms of these exclusive, comprehensive services and support agreements, CFM guarantees engine maintenance costs with dollar-per-engine-flight-hour pricing—along with flexible term, coverage, and payment options.

OVERHAUL SERVICES

Customers can also choose event-based overhaul services which may cover a single event or an entire fleet program and have pricing options ranging from shop visit cost risk transfer to variable cost options providing customer flexibility to control material and workscope. Regardless of your overhaul needs, CFM has the product, fulfillment resources, maintenance expertise, and service experience to meet your overhaul needs. For more information, contact your CFM sales representative or contact us.

On-Site Support

Lower operational costs. Maximize time-on-wing.

CFM and its parent companies are full-service providers. Together, we provide the flexibility of value-added engine repairs when and where you need them. 24/7 aircraft-on-ground (AOG) support is also readily available to provide repair solutions that help avoid an unscheduled engine removal.

 

Extensive capabilities

Teams perform approved repairs at the flight line for all CFM56 engine models, including borescope inspection/blending, line replaceable unit (LRU), fan module and gearbox workscopes. On-wing top case compressor repairs and module changes are also available on certain engine models.

 

Regulatory certifications

CFM service stations carry FAA, EASA and local regulatory certifications with authorizations to perform services outside of their fixed bases. These come with full component, tooling, logistics, engineering and project management support to meet your quick-turn maintenance needs.